Regarding this whole Bush Heistman return thing, Reggie Bush looks like an idiot again, according to Steve Sarkisian.
"He had a chance to apologize, look like the good guy, but in giving it back and not apologizing, he just looks like an idiot again."
Steve went on running his mouth with the following:
"No matter how much money he got paid, that didn't affect how we prepared. We weren't the best team in football because of what he or his parents took."
Wow. Yes, let's all open our wallets and turn this into an arms race unfettered by NCAA rules and regulations. I like Texas' odds.
Apparently, somebody got to Sark, pointing out he sounded barking mad so he prepared another statement:
"Reggie Bush was the best player in college football and USC was the best team because of what happened on the field, not off. No one prepared better, practiced harder, and ultimately performed more consistently. It's unfortunate that this controversy has gone on this long, and it's time to move on and focus on some of the great things happening in college football right now."
Whoops. He still seems a bit confused. I think Steve may have been hot-tubbing with Matt Leinart of late. Too many beer bongs. These USC guys seem to lack a grasp of the binary nature of a national championship game outcome. The winner is the best team in football, ipso facto.
And I think we all know that Vince Young was the best player in college football that season using any metric.
Sheesh. Go home and get your shinebox.